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New Street, Drury Lane road construction update

Work on the New Street and Drury Lane project is continuing quickly and some changes to the timelines have been made.

Drury Lane and the Drury-Prospect intersection were scheduled to be completed in 2017.  This work has been moved up and will be undertaken this year. The traffic calming pilot project on Drury Lane will be delayed as a result. Staff will schedule an open house related to the traffic calming in late May.

Download the May Project Update for full details.

For more information, and keep up-to-date on any changes, visit the city webpage dedicated to this project here: New Street Construction

map of streets affected

Written by Marianne Meed Ward

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  1. Where have they been in the last week? It seems a way-too-frequent occurrence in Burlington that big road projects gets started and then abandoned for weeks or more. I haven’t seen activity there in almost a week, yet the entire roadway is ripped up, trucks are parked there and you can’t use the road. Burlington seems to love starting projects, but finishing them in a timely manner is another story.

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